The School of Economics at the University of Bristol is seeking to fill several academic posts with outstanding scholars to expand the school’s academic profile in all fields. We particularly encourage applications from candidates with expertise in Macroeconomics, Macro/Finance, International Economics, and Time-Series Econometrics.
We are looking to appoint Lecturers (Assistant Professors) who will contribute to our strong economics research profile, and who will show a commitment to excellence in teaching and to contributing to the research culture in the School and beyond.
The salary will be competitive and the University currently operates a Recruitment and Retention (i.e. market supplement) policy.
The successful candidate will be engaged in research, teaching, and administration.
The post holder should have a strong research background with evidence of an ability to publish in the very top international economic journals, and an aptitude to teach with expertise and excellence at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. You should have completed, or be close to completing, a PhD in Economics or a related discipline by the post start date (September 2023).
To complete your application, you will need to complete two stages.
The first stage is to submit your CV and three reference letters via the EconJobMarket website.
The second stage is to complete the University of Bristol’s application form via the University’s website and submit this, together with a covering letter and a full CV, online at http://www.bristol.ac.uk/jobs/. You can find the job by searching for ACAD106459.
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Wednesday 30th November 2022.
We seek to attract, develop, and retain individuals from the widest possible talent pool and the broadest possible range of backgrounds. We are committed to building an inclusive working environment where all colleagues can thrive and reach their full potential. We particularly welcome applications from Black African, Black Caribbean and other minority ethnic groups, as they are currently under-represented across our university.